Tony A is right; They offered me the same BS offer. They don't care if you tell them if you don't have the money. They just want you to invest.
John Adams
 May 22nd, 2010
This might be a "boiler room" operation. If you answer the phone and speak with them, the original caller will ask if you are interested in a "passive return or strong compounding return." The original caller will pass you along to someone who has more authority/knowledge or .... possibly who is simply a better "closer," to reel in the "fish." They are only interested in you if you have at least $10,000 to invest in a "proprietary program" (black box software). The automated system would be "licensed to you for 18 years" and it will automatically (presumably with artificial intelligence of a sort) trade for you in the S&P 500 future indexes. They say it only makes 4 to 6 trades per month and will give you an income of $525 per month on a $10,000 investment. That would be $6,300 per year, but the annual profit figure they toss at you is that you will make about $12,800 per month. They call their company "CTI".
Tony A
 Mar 29th, 2010
 Jul 30th, 2009